Publish date: January 24th 2012
Publisher: Balzer & Bray
Edition language: English
I went into Everneath with a very particular mindset: I wasn't expecting anything extraordinary. I added it on my to-read list because of the mythology aspect as the story of Persephone and Hades is so intriguing. However, Everneath surprised me. A lot. Brodi Ashton captured the essence of the chara...
Last half was far better than the first.Looking forward to the sequel.
*SOBS!!* Oh my God why?! Give me more, and do it NOW!I stopped reading this at the point that reading a single word in between each nod off became too annoying. It was 90% done, and I wasn't able to pick it up until this evening, and then it was back to feeling like my Kindle was drafted to my ha...
The Everneath was a fresh take on the mythology of Egyptians and of course, the Greeks. I'm a sucker for Greek mythology and especially renditions of them so this book has to be Read. It's good and actually excels in the field of fitting the myths perfectly into the story. I'm happy the author actua...
For more reviews, check out http://vivaladolcevita14.blogspot.com/Another book I could not finish. The story is a loose retelling of a Greek myth, that of Persephone and Hades. Now, I'm a huge Greek Mythos geek, so I was excited to see how this retelling did. Sadly, it did not. Regardless of the ret...
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